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Dec 6, 2013 1:05am PST
hard freeze warning as you lack at the new record for this morning, 25 in napa. shattered the previous record exploratorium tied at 40. oakland broke the previous record coming in at 33. upper 20's san jose, oakland, look at this picture. it was posted on face back of ice napa where he said it was 19 degrees. that's what some of you will have to deal with in the morning. we will is he some more records. back with the details on that plus a look at when live doppler 7hd track rain her and snow. dan. >> thanks. >> the cold snap not just tough on people but animals too. allen is live in santa rosa tonight with that story. alle allen? >>reporter: over the past 2 hours we have been watching the temperatures drop on this abc 7 weather app. from the high 30's to blow freezing as you can see right now. it's 30 degrees. with clear sky on the doppler making it very uncomfortable for for man and beast. up when bill goes up wheny hi. you have to keep 13 giraffe warm at night here at safari west in santa rosa with more than 850 animals at least 200 of them need extra heat and shelter. du
Dec 5, 2013 1:05am PST
how much colder it is going to get. it is already 25 dries in novato and 26 in napa. santa rosaairfield 27 28, fairf. the numbers are at or below freezing in many parts of the bay area, and they are still going down fast. livermore 33 degrees. freeze warning covers the bay area except san francisco until tomorrow morning at 9:00. increased risk of hypothermia. we will be seeing record-breaking low temperatures tomorrow. live doppler 7hd is tracking it. and we will be tracking possibly some snow here locally. i'll be back with all of the temperatures for tomorrow and the snow potential in a few minutes. carolyn? >> thank you. we will have team coverage ond . this cold snap. let's start with alan wang live in pleasanton where the temperature is in the 30s. alan? >> yes, carolyn. it is legal to burn firewood in the bay area and we are smelling the chimneys puffing smoke. we are also watching the temperature drop closer to freezing. right now it is 37 degrees out here. when heated pool water collides with cold air you get steam. when your water polo coach makes you get out for
Dec 9, 2013 2:00am PST
degrees right now. the temperatures are falling fast. nap paw's most -- napa's most vulnerable are seeking shelter. tonight it is at full capacity. with every one of its 55 beds taken. scott silva is sleeping in one of them. >> it is better than the alternative. a lot of people are out here because they are living outside. >> napa's homeless are well aware about the danger. word spread of the people who died of hypothermia in santa clara county. >> the biggest thing is we heard several people died of it because it was cold and glad we have this place. they are very appreciative. >> it closes at 8:00 a.m. and closes at 5:00 p.m. workers expect another full house as long as the cold snap continues. lilian kim, abc7 news. >>> a big concern tonight, citrus. they are working over time to protect the citrus groves. the industry is expected to take a big hit, but the extent of the damage won't be known for weeks. >> it is responsible for snow, freezing rain and sleet in a does -- dozen states. at least 16 deaths are blamed on the bad weather and most icy accidents due to the conditions including
Dec 7, 2013 1:05am PST
also seen snow in ukiah and down to about 600 feet and also looking at some snow in northern napa county and down to 1700 feet which is why winter weather advisories are up above 1500 until 6:00 a.m. for the north bay mountains and 2500 tomorrow morning 1:00 to 10:00 a.m. the santa cruz mountains the diablo range could see two to four inches of snow. this picture was sent by a viewer to you report. you can see how snowy it was. here is a picture of the dog enjoying the snow in ukiah as well. send us your photos. we will have a look at how long the snow will stick around and what is in store for your weekend. >> this is more than uncomfortable. it is deadly. abc7 news reporter nick smith continues our team coverage. it is live along highway 17. nick? >> dan, we are standing in that weather we just told you about. falling temperatures can be dangerous and even life-threatening if you don't have a way to escape the elements. >> have i been homeless for almost a year now. >> he is one of the men we met at this san jose shelter. without a home to call his own, the cold snap blanketing
Dec 4, 2013 1:05am PST
are in the 30s. santa rosa and napa as we look at the view of clear skies over san francisco. here are some of the coldest spots in the morning. 29 santa rosa and 27 in napa. 30s, low 30s, below freezing in fairfield, concord, livermore , and it is only going to get colder. we even have the potential foreseeing white capped peaks. i will be back with all of the details. >> thank you. >>> our team coverage continues with abc7 news look at how zookeeperserkeley and shop keepers are tonight. >> usually the line in front of the popular ice cream shop is all the way down to the end of the building. but tonight it is a lot shorter. only the hard core ice cream lovers are out here braving the cold. others are just trying to stay nice and warl. warm. they are turning on the heat everywhere including the oakland zoo where the alligators are being kept at 75 degrees. >> this is our sweetest man in the zoo. >> and oj, the 100-year-old tortoise is taking cover in a barn with heat lamps. >> with the frost rn whatting coming we want them in. locked in. we added a little extra hay so they are nice and coz
Dec 2, 2013 2:00am PST
. sutro cam. the bay bridge is in the background. napa as well as santa rosa in the mid40s. concord is at 50 degrees. here is a look at the forecast highlights. we will look for a cooler day tomorrow. a few showers developing mainly in the north bay. cold and windy through week. entire week. and it does look like freeze warnings will be up as we head into wednesday morning, tuesday and thursday. we will see a little high cloudiness. 30s in the north bay and 40s elsewhere and let's get to the timing of this thing. this is the frontal boundary right here. 11:00 and as it continues to sag south that is exactly -- it will exactly start to bring some moisture to the north bay. you can see monday afternoon, 3:00, this is where all of the cold air is. this is the cold front. it will move into sonoma county and possibly as far south as marin county with a chance of a few light showers and then continue to press on toward the south. it is the cold air mass behind it that will dive down. the wind will pick up out of the north. because of the insta belt we will keep a slight chance of a shower
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